tree into -- sandra: breaking news this morning, donald trump renée dupree dispense with the great debate tonight. we will have details. fbi investigation into hillary clinton's e-mails a criminal probe good activist investor bill ackman taking $5.5 billion stake in the maker of oreo cookies and ritz crackers. we will tell you what he wants. shares of test like a mature egg, green mountain and said it to open sharply to the downside after results. the jamie know for every man and every woman is set to go public.
checking in on your stock index futures on thursday morning before markets open at 930 eastern right dow jones industrial average futures up three points. i am sandra smith joined by trains fixing nicole petadilles. lauren, your focus on the planet fitness ipo. lauren: for $10 a month you get free food if you are a member of planet fitness anyway. the company will trade for the first time valued at more than $1.5 billion. the lighting of the climate is ripe for fitness right now. sandra: nicole, you are in bill ackman's target. nicole: $5.5 billion in tomato leaves. oreos, ritz crackers and i'll tell you why. sandra: welcome to train a coming a first look at the latest breaking news and what to expect that they had to vote republican presidential candidate secure enough for their first debate in cleveland. donald trump's high poll numbers mean you'll take centers age.
yesterday during an interview with trish regan, chuck spoke with the 92-year-old woman who registered to vote for the first time so she could cast her ballot for him. >> he knows people. he just don't want anybody over here taking it damage of american people. >> you are talking his language. he joins me on the phone. >> well, she sounds so smart. if she were run for office i'd be voting for her, too. i've been listening to last couple minutes then everything she said is exactly true and she would get it done. politicians don't get anything done. sandra: may be a vp position. match made in heaven. debate is set for 5:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. eastern time all happening tonight.
get ready for postdebate coverage and analysis. blue dogs will be live at 11:00 p.m. on the fox business network. former president clinton had a private phone conversation with her donald trump before the billionaire launched his presidential campaign. the "washington post" that mr. clinton encouraged trump's efforts to play a larger role of the republican party. he offered his own views of the political landscape. and h. the 2016 races not specifically discussed. the fbi investigation into hillary clinton's private e-mail server as root portably a criminal probe. the near post that the feds are investigating to what extent clinton relied on her home server and other private devices to send and store classified documents appeared fox news senior especially analyst judge andrew napolitano weighed in on this issue on hannity last night. >> she is discussing the location of french fighter jet
during the nato bombardment of libya, how big the no-fly zone is and are you ready for this? the location of ambassador stephen in libya. if she didn't think i was classified, she has no vision being in public office. sandra: clinton has never sent classified information on her personal e-mail account. activist investor bill ackman fighting off a piece of snack company mona lisa international. nicole: maybe you don't know my beliefs. oreo cookies, ritz crackers, cadbury chocolate, disclosing 7.5%. works out to $5.5 billion based on the closing price yesterday. akron made other food companies and sources believe they must
increase the revenue and slash costs and put itself up for sale maybe to someone such as heinz. other activist investor also on the board of my beliefs -- he recognizes value when they see fit. we'll see how it develops and if there's any sort of cost cutting or mergers in the future. lauren: who has enough money to buy mondelez. if you look at shares right now, there are 8% in premarket. >> has been questioned about snack company sent value going forward as the industry has gotten so help me. are they changing enough to adapt to trends? >> a lot simpler, more natural look ingredients. lauren: they are taking all the
artificial stuff out of cereal. sandra: big names with earnings after the bell including tesla motors in the premarket trading session after the electronic carmaker will produce 12,000 vehicles in the quarter. alsos guidance with deliveries for the company reported a narrower than expected loss for the second quarter and better than expected adjusted revenue. fitbit tumbling 13% in after-hours trading after set margins fell in the second order due to higher spending on new products. the maker of wearable fitness tracking devices added that it does not ask its margins to improve for the rest of the year. that is overshadowing results in the first quarterly report of a public company. fitbit ceo will be a guest on "varney & company" at 10:45 a.m.
eastern. curate green martin coffee plunging 30% and the premarket session. thirty-two dollars drop we see. the company forecast for adjusted earnings per share will come in sharply below forecasts. it also plans to cut its workforce by 5% for the estimate. planet fitness gearing up to go public. lauren has a preview. lauren: planet fitness will start today. it also gives you free food. prices shares at the high-end of the expected range of $16 per share and rates $216 million to trade on the new york stock exchange under the ticker signal pl nt. health and wellness ipo is very hot but very challenging lately. if you look at yesterday's ipo from amplify snap or income of
big disappointment. shares finished the day sharply lowered and historically the first historically the first-day gains for consumer food ipos is up 22%. when you see a big decline looking up what is going on with the first-ever quarterly earnings report and the market for planet fitness, you have to wonder how you're going to do. do you go? you don't have to feel bad because it's only $10 a month. do you eat the free chocolate? nicole: sheerest thing about $10. they link it to your bank account. i would rather pay $200, get whatever applies, 18, 20 month and be done. sandra: bottom line, do you feel intimidated? nicole: i like the place. i'm happy with it when i get to actually go. lauren: a lot of excitement. let's gave up a global market action this morning.
finishing the day to the downside and they did manage a small fraction and decided the bank of england. the ftse down three tenths of 1% from the cac nta ex-lover. stock market futures looking for direction right now. broadly speaking it is lower, s&p unchanged. oil and gold is moving to the downside. the slide in oil continues now below $55 a barrel on this thursday morning. the economic calendar focusing on the labor market. starting at 7:30 a.m. eastern, that meant the report and corporate layoffs. an hour later we get the weekly report on jobless claims 273,000 people expect it to file for first-time jobless benefits last week. that would be up to 267,000 reported the prior week.
this also comes of course ahead of friday's big government jobs report. the numbers expected there added 223,000. unemployment rate to hold steady at 5.3%. and then attacking a movie either in tennessee. police say the 29 euros with armed with a hatchet and pellet guns when he unleashed pepper spray on the audience. it appears the individual has had significant psychiatric or psychological issues. we have no motive for this today. we need to see where he's banned from where he's been, who he may have been talking to. sandra: a s.w.a.t team shot and killed him as he tried to escape out of the back door. relatives of chinese passengers on the missing militia and playing protested not tied the office in beijing. this comes after militia
confirmed the island of reunion ballon to the job good the foreign minister of australia responding to the development good >> of a stiff piece of evidence and more exemptions can come from the rule fund waiting for such a long time. sandra: malaysia airlines flight 370 finish in 2014 to 239 people on board. new e-mails released as part of the desolate gate scandal showing just months before the super bowl. new england patriots quarterback tom brady was obsessed with the color of his pool cover. we will have a story on this and also in sports. >> the beginning of the year i wanted to work my way up the world rankings. i didn't think i could be in this position or have this
opportunity. i feel blessed how this year has gone. we have worked really hard editing and accomplish so many goals. sandra: derrières. jordan spieth could be the world cup golfer with a victory this weekend. we will have a preview here checking in on the stock market futures coming out lost three points, s&p and nasdaq have turned higher. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
markets closing to the downside. nikkei in japan with a slight gain. in europe, stocks awaiting new set of the bank of england. the decision is expected. ftse a pretense of 1% leading to the downside there. dow futures almost positive that pretty much down a point. the crude oil price is so enough mark today dipping below a barrel. currency markets as you can see the euro was trading down against the greenback. tom brady revealed through players in lawsuit getting a lot of attention. a 2014 e-mail with a friend, bernie talks >> about peyton manning on the
colin compare the two players. he said i've got another seven or eight years. that's the final chapter. we will see what manning says about that when they meet in week 12 good another e-mail brady complained about the cost of a new winter pool cover. if you haven't looked, you share. the guy made $150 million last year. sandra: maybe we could hold off a little bit. lauren: this is why rich people as money. sandra: turning to more sports, jordan spieth goes for the number one ranking this weekend. current number one paris mcelroy will set out with the injury. he says he has special motivation. >> i am hoping to prove coming off of this that i've got a little bit of revenge that i need to get out from having control of deal he and
championship and not closing it out. that leaves about taste in my mouth. sandra: he is all fired up there. messman into the ninth inning with innate to nothing made an almost blew it. one uribe hit a homer and drove in three runs with two hits in seven innings. giving up six runs before closing things down. yankees pitching prospect has an impressive outing in his major league debut. he gave up two hits in five innings. as boston's david ortiz welcomes him with a colossal homerun to right field. coming up, donald trump gets ready to play the events. >> they are under a lot of pressure also. one of the ways they do it is by attacking me.
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sandra: breaking news this morning. donald trump said he is ready to play defense at the great debate tonight. we will have details. fbi investigation to hillary clinton's e-mails is now reportedly a criminal probe. activist investor bill ackman takes a $5.5 billion stake in the maker of oreo cookies and crackers. we will tell you what he wants from mondelez. the gym for the every man and every woman gets set to go public today. we will have the outlook for the planet fitness ipo. a look at stock index futures ahead of the opening bell this morning that dow currently down, s&p and nasdaq slightly higher.
good morning, i am sandra smith joined by lauren simonetti and nicole petadilles. lauren, you are focused on the planet this ipo. lauren: we should be the commercial. we put them up and let them down. we will tell you. sandra: will have more on that in a second. nicole coming on bill ackman latest target. nicole: $5.5 million he takes mondelez, oreo cookies, ritz crackers. why did they want this interest? sandra: more o a second. welcome the "fbn:am" come your first look at today's markets, latest breaking news and what to expect that they had. republican presidential candidates gear up for their first debate tonight in cleveland. donald trump takes center stage yesterday in an interview with trish regan. trump speaking about his rival including kentucky senator ray and paul. >> i like rand paul.
he's been very nice to me and i've helped them at this high aspirations and i think he does a good job at that. i've always gotten along with him. they are under a lot of pressure also when one of the ways they do it is by attacking me. a lot of people say that wouldn't be wise as some would think it would be adieu to know what's going to happen and that's what makes a good television. sandra: setting out to be good television. starts at 5:00 p.m. tonight and the primetime debate 9:00 p.m. eastern time on the fox news channel. for complete postdebate coverage and analysis, lou dobbs will be live tonight on fox business network. the fbi investigation into hillary clinton's private e-mail server is a criminal probe. the feds are investigating to what extent clinton relied on her home server and other private devices to send and store classified documents.
fox news analyst judge andrew napolitano win in on this issue last night on hannity. >> in them she is discussing a location of french fighter jets during the nato bombardment of libya, how big the no-fly zone is, where the no-fly zones are. and location of ambassador stevens who of course was murdered in libya. if that is not classified, if she didn't think i was classified, she has no business being in public office. sandra: clinton is never sent classified information or personal e-mail account. bill ackman fighting off a piece of snack company mondelez international. >> he's got a list of what he wants to get down. cutting costs and growing revenue. ackman disclosing a 7.5% stake in my beliefs.
they make cadbury chocolate for you. the cookies were cut to $5.5 billion based on the closing price yesterday. other food companies such as mcdonald's and sources say he believes monthlies must increase revenue, slash costs or put itself up for sales sale are the names thrown around include high and common nelson powell to come another activist investor. he is a direct to their mondelez. these are the biggest companies by revenue. tyson, pepsico has frito-lay and then you have mondelez and heinz kraft. i should've looked at that on my phone. that was too little. big names in there. general mills, or mail, campbell soup in hershey. lauren: i just started most of his names. this year, and ff so much more
sharply than most companies. catalogs up 5%. mondelez up 20% this year. relative to their peers they are doing well. sandra: who are they going to merge with is what ackman is betting on. that was the continued consolidation in the food industry. planet fitness. not to go public. always fun to talk about this company. the ad campaign has been very good for the company. >> it has been successful. they bring in revenue. planet fitness, the gym for everybody starts trading today. ten dollars a month, give out free food intake prior shares at the height of the range $16 a share. did you have raised more than $1.5 billion at the ticker symbol pln t. the market for health and wellness has been hot but also challenging recently. look at yesterday's ipo from the
comp me amplifies not brands, big disappointment. price the shares at 18 enclosed 16 bucks when historically renaissance capital says the consumer food ipos 22%. and then look at what happened with fitbit and you wonder how planet fitness is going to do today. you're a member and met three times in the past year. two thirds of people pay for the gym but don't go. they pay an average of $58 a month and they go not even five times a month. sandra: that be at the numbers to the story. they became so well-known for giving out the free pizza. once a week they had free pizza. sandra: once a week they have free pizza night. now they have a thousand gyms across the country. they give away 250,000 slices each free pizza night across the country which is 3 million pieces a year.
they give out a lot of pizza at a gym. is that a bit ironic? nicole: to $10 a lot of people don't go, they make their money back. trying to remember the controversy of the women who are coming to the gym looking too. lauren: do you think the person who lets things happen fast things down is a free pizza? sandra: before you head out the door, let's get a look here thursday forecast with fox meteorologist malia marina -- maria molina. reporter: tracking some threat today producing severe weather across parts of the southeast and parts of the plains states. as we head into tomorrow comes similar areas looking for risk for severe storm during the afternoon and evening hours. also tracking storms producing heavy rain across parts of
tennessee, kentucky and parts of the midwest. we do have flood watches because of the heavy rain anticipated otherwise temperatures will be very high. high temperature of 106 degrees in dallas. factor in an humidity across these areas and it will feel even hotter than that. over to you. sandra: after losing $100 billion in market value, long last there may be some good news on the horizon. the take a look. a look at index futures ahead of the bell this morning. moving to the downside built in an earlier losses, 17 points, s&p and nasdaq have also turned negative. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. more coming up.
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england brave position. looking at shares trading lower right now. ftse in london has a percent. that market futures searching for some direction. in and out of positive territory. big government job reports tomorrow. features at 17 points. the commodities market, big focus in oil if it dips below $55 a barrel off half a percent. the site continues and currency markets of the euro down against the greenback was in nick's trading in global currencies and the yield on the tenure right now 2.26%. everybody talking about apple. apple shareholders hearing reports now about the new streaming service that our music to their ears. good news for apple? >> this is good news. we introduce this to you until june is launching june 30th. one month after launching
11 million people already like the sound of apple music. the tech giant has real than half the number of spotted via customers. the current champion for the three month free trial. period the service costs 999 a month for access to 30 million songs, tons of playlists. live radio stations. come october when the free trial is over we'll see how many people a chance -- in and convert to paying customers. 11 million customers jumped right on board. the new plan 1499. that's a good sign that they signed up for that one. google player, amazon prime streaming music. we will see if they can bring it. sandra: the stock closed at $150 yesterday. the analyst community has been for so long optimistic they just
finally started to turn on them. sandra: where his car icon? you $220 target. coming up, donald trump gets ready to play defense. >> they are under a lot of pressure also when one of the ways they do it is by attacking me. sandra: are you playing the victim card right now? i'm looking at them on twitter right now. the latest on all the preparations made right now for the great debate happening tonight and then there is this. >> i looked things up and then put them down. >> excuse me. >> of. >> a. >> airlifting saponin put them down. >> okay, here's the strength circuit -- >> of -- >> and lift things up and put them down. sandra: gets me every time. planet fitness billed itself as
sandra: breaking news this morning. donald trump ready to pay defense at the great debate tonight. we'll have details yet the fbi investigation into bill clinton's e-mails reportedly a crim probe. at this investor bill ackman taking $5.5 billion stake in the maker of oreo cookies and ritz crackers. we will tell you what he wants from mondelez.
shares have sunk three, curate, green mountain and said to with disappointing results. the gym for the everyman and everyone inside to go public. the planet fitness ipo. the u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell this morning. dow and s&p futures lower, nasdaq up a bit. i am sandra smith joined by lauren simonetti and nicole petadilles. welcome to "fbn:am," the latest breaking news and what to expect the day ahead. during a break now for the first debate in cleveland. donald trump's high poll numbers means he will be taking center stage at the debate tonight. yesterday during an interview with trish regan, trump spoke with a 92-year-old woman who registered to vote the first time since she can cast her ballot for him. >> he knows people.
he just don't want anything coming over here taking advantage of the american people. >> you are talking this language. he joins me on the phone. >> well, she sounds so smart. if she were running for office i'd be voting for her. she's amazing. so brilliant. i've been listening the last couple minutes and everything she said is exactly true and she would get it done. the politicians don't get anything done. sandra: fox news gop debate except for 55:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. eastern. surely not to disappoint. for complete postdebate coverage and analysis, lou dobbs will be live at 11:00 p.m. on the fox business network. the fbi investigation into hillary clinton's private e-mail server is reportedly now a criminal probe. "the new york post" that the feds are investigating to what extent clinton relied on her
home server and other private devices to send and store classified information. clinton has said she never sent classified information on her personal e-mail account. activist investor bill ackman biting off a piece of nonbelief international. nicole has the latest on that. >> bill ackman putting his money and come in and saying what he wants. disclosing a $7.5 billion stake which makes cadbury chocolate come of oreo cookies work out to about $5.5 million based on closing price yesterday. akron has made as including tamils. he believes mondelez must increase revenue, flash those costs are just put yourself up for sale. nelson tells another activist investor also on the board. take a look at how they compare to the other big companies.
tyson, chicken, pepsico. it may be that tie a period general mills, kellogg's, or about and campbell soup brown at the bottom. sandra: those are the biggies. continued consolidation is the story. nicole: people want healthier choices. they are trying to get away from packaged stuff. sandra: trends are changing. planet fitness carried out to go public to be exciting. lauren: they start trading on the new york stock exchange. ten dollars a month gives out free food. prices shares at $16. the deal breaking $216 million. it will trade on the new york stock exchange. here is the ticker signal plmt. the market for health and fitness has been hot but also challenging recently. yesterday's ipo from a snack company called amplify, what a
big disappointment. finishing sharply lower and historically consumer food ipos with 22%. when you see a massive decline by chris l. with amplify recently, what we see today after the first-ever earnings report, you wonder what the market is, what the temperature is for another health company. sandra: amplified if i have so much free popcorn, skinny pop. >> was it good? nicole: i didn't have any. ten dollars a month i don't show up. sandra gave me this three-piece set. who knew. sandra: viewer what they hope for. let's gave up a up with global action this morning. stocks finishing the day mostly lower.
the nikkei in japan with a slight gain. in europe, the market anticipating super thursday. you are talking about race. >> inflation outlook in minutes. >> the first time they do the policy decision on the interest rate in the same day along with the inflation report. the u.s. stock index futures are negative appointments with our up in. dow futures update game. oil prices by this morning. building on earlier losses at seven tenths of a percent. the world is watching the oil market now the contracts have been more below $55 a barrel. forty-four dollars a barrel. isn't it amazing how fast we've come below 60, below 50. coming up, and it e-mails released as part of the scandal. just months before the super bowl, new england patriots quarterback tom brady was obsessed with the color of his
pool -- not his pool, his pool cover. we will have to store it and also business sports. >> beginning of the year i wanted to work my way up the world rankings. i didn't think i could be in this position or have this opportunity. i feel blessed out the year has gone and we have worked really hard as a team and accomplish so many goals. sandra: has he turned 22 yet? jordan spieth could be the world golfer with a victory this weekend. the bridgestone invitational golf tournament. checking u.s. stock index futures pointing to a lower open. you are watching "fbn:am." this is your first look at morning markets and ricky news. -- ricky news. ♪
sandra: the quicken loans arena and cleveland, ohio getting ready for the debate. tonight, fox news is on the ground. making kelley, brent bair, chris wallace all there. by the way, they will be moderating to 5:00 p.m. today. the private e-mails of quarterback tom brady revealed are getting a lot of attention. a 2014 e-mail with a friend brady talk >> about peyton manning in a column compares the players. i've got another seven or eight years did he has to. that's the final chapter. we will see what manning says about that when they meet in week 12. brady complains to his manager about the cost of a new printer pool cover.
it was just over $8000. can we put this off? why do we have to have to? masters champ jordan spieth goes for the number one ranking this weekend i bridgestone which tees off this morning. rory mcelroy will set out with an injury. he has special motivation. >> i am hoping to prove coming off of this last major that i've got kind of a little bit of a revenge that i need to get out from having control of the opening championship. that leaves a bad taste in my mouth. sandra: he is 22 by the way. yankees prized pitching prospect has an impressive outing in his major league debut. he gave up two hits in five innings with the one head as a big wind as david r. twos welcomed him to the colossal
sandra: welcome back. you're the king of weakness in europe right now. pressure with the rate decision from the bank of england. super thursday. a lot of information coming out. the positive green arrow in the nasdaq futures. dow and s&p futures point to a lower open and look at oil. a big focus of trading up six tenths of a percent. falling even further below $45 a barrel this morning pulled slightly down. here is your currency market with the removing downed against the greenback. the u.k. pound canadian dollar up. here's the other in the 10 in
the ten-year period 2.26%. time now for maria bartiromo and "mornings with maria." see you in an hour. a lot to talk about. maria: thank you at hi, everybody. i am maria bartiromo. it is thursday, august 6. fox business network's jo ling kent and jpmorgan private bank. donald trump talking headlines as we get ready for tonight's first gop debate on fox news. former president bill clinton reportedly had a private telephone conversation with alien or trump before he decided to jump into the race for the white house. clinton gave trump words of encouragement to increase the role of the republican party. the debate begins at 5:00 p.m. eastern on the sister network the fox news channel and a big event at 9:00 at the fbi's investigation into e-mails classified as a criminal probe. the new york post reporting government investigators want to
know how much mrs. clinton used her private e-mail server for classified communication. activist investor bill act when making a huge bet. revealing a $5.5 billion stake in the oreo maker saying costs need to be cut or needs to sell itself. we will follow the story developing. future sure in weakness. a mixed opening for the broader averages. in europe a similar story. as sandra told us, it is super tuesday in britain with a number of information data coming out in the bank of england this morning. green mountain, another stock this morning. plummeting 27% with $113.6 million. the company announcing a plan to eliminate around 330 jobs as it tries to cut costs. super typhoon making its way for